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Business & Industry Research at McCartney Library

The McCartney Library provides the following resources to support company and industry research. Please don't hesitate to contact the reference librarian if you have further questions.

Reference Books  -  Online Databases  - Selected Web sites


Reference Books

Almanac of business and industrial financial ratios
HF5681.R25 T68 2010

Atlas of the American economy : an illustrated guide to industries and trends
HC103 .A49 1994 REF

Business statistics of the United States
HC101 .A13122 2007 REF

Encyclopedia of Associations
AS22 .E5 2004 REF

Encyclopedia of Business Information Sources
Z7164.C81 E48 2004 REF

North American industry classification system
HF1041.5 .N674 2007 REF

RMA annual statement studies
HF5681.B2 R6 2009-10 REF

Statistical abstract of the United States
HA202 2009 REF

Statistical handbook on consumption and wealth in the United States
HC110.C6 S73 1999 REF

U.S. industry & market outlook
HC101 .U56 2007 REF

U.S. market trends & forecasts
HF5415.1.U7 2001 REF

 

Online Databases

Business Source Premier (EBSCOhost)
This database provides access to full-text journal articles from over 8,000 business journals and magazines. Industry profile reports, market research reports and company profiles are also available in this extensive collection of business-related information. 

 

Selected Web sites

The American Society of Association Executives' Database of Associations

U. S. Census Bureau's database of North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes

U. S. Census Bureau's economic census reports

 

 

 

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